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Where the 50th Anniversary Doctor Who Special, The Day of the Doctor came to home video almost immediately after the special aired, Matt Smith’s swan song as the Eleventh Doctor – Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor – will take a bit longer. BBC Worldwide has announced a March 4, 2014 release date for the DVD and Blu-Ray editions of Smith’s farewell.

Bonus features will include: The Time of the Doctor: Behind the Lens, a making of featurette; Farewell to Matt Smith, a look at Smith’s run as The Doctor – narrated by Alex Kingston AKA River Song, and Tales from the TARDIS, a look at the show’s 50-year history – featuring six former Doctors talking about their time in the TARDIS. For more details, check out the press release after the jump.

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Before we bid the Eleventh Doctor adieu in the 2013 Christmas Special Doctor Who : The Time of the Doctor, BBC America has put together a full evening to ease us into that final Matt Smith adventure. The evening kicks off with the television premiere of the minisode The Night of the Doctor and follows up with an encore of The Day of the Doctor before presenting the tribute special, Farewell to Matt Smith.

Then, at 9/8C, The Time of the Doctor puts the Doctor and Clara in the middle of an aggregation of some of the Doctor’s most powerful foes – and isn’t that loads better than some cozy little Christmas dinner? Check out the press release after the jump for times, tags, interviews and the extended trailer!

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Tick-tock. Time is running out for The Eleventh Doctor in Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor, this year’s Doctor Who Christmas Special – and Matt Smith’s last appearance in the iconic role. It promises to be a spectacular ending to his run as the show’s fiftieth year comes to a close.

Check out the explosive new trailer after the jump. Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor premiere on Christmas Day (BBC America, 9/8C).

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Day of the Doctor

The 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who was celebrated, in spectacular fashion, with Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor – the story of the day The Doctor ended the Time Wars and the Warrior Doctor who did it. The home video release is out today and, if you loved The Day of the Doctor – and the minisodes that preceded it online – this will make a fine edition to your Doctor Who library.

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BBC America has released stills and promo posters for Matt Smith’s final appearance as The Doctor: Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor – with the intriguing tagline, ‘A change is going to come…’ And look! Cybermen! Weeping Angels! The Silence!

Follow the jump for more. Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor premieres on Christmas Day at 9/8C.

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Day of the Doctor

The BBC and BBC America have released new of photos from Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary Special: The Day of the Doctor. Stunning revelations include mixed Doctor/Companion pairings; historical figures (Queen Elizabeth I); returning monsters (Zygons! Daleks!); three different sonic screwdrivers; the return of head of UNIT, Kate Stewart, and so much more (note a certain scarf in the background of one photo) that it’s hard to believe that no major spoilers are given.

Follow the jump for the official tagline and a few peeks at what lies in store when Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor premieres on Saturday, November 23rd at 2:50pm ET.

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Picture shows MATT SMITH as the Eleventh Doctor, DAVID TENNANT as the Tenth Doctor, and JOHN HURT and in the 50th Anniversary Special - The Day of the Doctor

There’s a trailer for Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor. Yes, it’s brilliant – and yes, anything I could say would be superfluous. Check it out following the jump.

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